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New York City, Wyoming, and Tampa, Florida, will receive up to $42 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) to pilot next-generation technology in infrastructure and in vehicles to share and communicate anonymous information with each other and their surroundings in real time, with the goal of reducing congestion and greenhouse gas emissions and cutting the unimpaired vehicle crash rate by 80 percent.

In a statement, the DOT said that, as part of the its national connected vehicle pilot deployment program, the locations were selected in a competitive process to go beyond traditional vehicle technologies to help drivers better use the roadways to get to work and appointments, relieve the stress caused by bottlenecks, and communicate with pedestrians on cell phones of approaching vehicles.

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